Why Travel With Us

About Us

We are a Peruvian company with headquarters in the city of Cusco, founded in 2010. Specializing in unconventional tourism and adventure, combined with cultural, educational and natural history, describes itself as a trading company with a strong social and environmental agenda , development and support along the way many projects, as cleaning the river, offering activities and excursions for people with disabilities and support the projects of the Andean Community, which maximize the positive effects of tourism activities locally. Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu are main stages of many of our adventure trips like rafting, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and other participatory activities, related to the Inca culture and daily life of the Andean people, such as rural tourism, interpretation, volunteering and bring the option to share authentic experiences with the locals.

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Suggestions How to get to Machu Picchu - Cusco

The logistics to get to Machu Picchu is not easy, but you will find that the effort is worthwhile. Here are the main ways to get to the lost city of the Incas cusco. As the way to Machu Picchu is not the simplest, most people had the opportunity to include other destinations in their trips. You can enjoy the trip staying in places such as Lima, who, despite being on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, almost not see the rain, or Cusco, the city considered the capital of the Incas, with many attractions historical.

Who will start traveling to Machu Picchu Bolivia you can take the name of the train of death. The trip is traditional for backpackers, and interesting for those who have several days journey.

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All reservations must be writing by fax or e-mail to our main office:

mapitravelcusco@gmail.com / reservas@mapitravel.com Address : C. Garcilaso 265, Cusco 08002, cusco peru Office Hours: 10:00 AM to 8:30 PM (Monday to Saturday) Phone: + 84 992 059 069


All prices listed in our Website are quoted in US dollars US $. They exclude I.G.V. being these prices subject to change without notice, due to an increase in train ticket, entrance to the Inca Trail, Consetur, tourist ticket, etc., which are non-commissionable

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